North Meadows is conveniently located in the central part of beautiful North Carolina in Randolph County and just south of Greensboro. Surrounded by views of the gently rolling hills and woodlands of the Uwharrie Mountains and the Caraway Mountains, you will feel like the world is miles away while in reality, everything you need is “just around the corner”
One of the most wonderful experiences of Randleman is the weather! Spring is beautiful with crape myrtles and dogwoods blooming, while summers are temperate. Fall displays beautiful colors leading into winter when we sometimes see a few light snowflakes.
Things to do
Connect With Wildlife and Nature
The North Carolina Zoo is the nation’s largest public zoo and is one of the largest natural habitats in the world. There you will experience more than 1,100 animals, 40,000 plants, and an extensive outdoor public art collection.
Randleman, just about 10 minutes north is home of the Richard Petty Museum — showcasing the career of the King of NASCAR from the early “dirt” days to the present.
Just South is Seagrove, the handmade pottery capital of the United States – where artisans create handcrafted pottery inspired by the traditions that began here more than 200 years ago.
Arts & Entertainment
If you love arts and entertainment, you’ll be drawn to downtown Asheboro’s growing arts district. Experience the nostalgia of the Historic Sunset Theatre, now a popular performing arts venue. Downtown Asheboro is also home to several intimate galleries featuring exhibits of exquisite and enchanting arts and crafts created by local and regional artisans. Stroll through the distinctive outdoor sculpture collection including the now famous “Letter A” marble bench designed and created by the late Horace L. Farlowe. Don’t miss the Liberty Showcase theater in downtown Liberty featuring classic country, gospel, bluegrass and rock performances, as well as a variety of special guests and concert events each weekend.
History & Heritage
Trace your roots in the Randolph Room at Randolph Library in Asheboro. The Randolph County Historic Landmark Preservation Commission is preserving our area’s past for the future. They have now designated 12 historic sites throughout the County providing a tangible link to the past with people, places, and events that have made significant contributions to shape our present.
For those who enjoy outdoor fun, leave the stress of the city behind and discover Pisgah Covered Bridge, one of North Carolina’s two remaining historic covered bridges. Experience the thrill of a lifetime on a zip-line voted a Top 100 Expo Adventure in 2010. Hike America’s oldest mountain range in the Uwharrie National Forest at either of the Birkhead Wilderness Area entrances located on Tot Hill Farm and Lassiter Mill Roads. Fish along 100 miles of beautiful shoreline on the new 3,000-acre Randleman Lake; or tour an assortment of pick-your-own orchards and working farms.
Play some of the area’s most beautiful golf courses including the only 4.5 star rated course in the Piedmont Triad, 7th Hardest Course in America as featured in Golf Digest, and a nine-hole public course designed by the famed Donald Ross in 1935 – all located within an hour’s drive from Pinehurst, home of a number of America’s finest golf courses.
Sports & Racing
Our area is home to semi-professional sports including baseball, racing, and various recreational tournaments including the Bank of America JV Basketball Tournament, now the largest JV basketball tournament in the U.S.